Exton, Pa (Corporate Headquarters)- Ability Prosthetics & Orthotics, Inc. recently announced its proud sponsorship of Building For America’s Bravest.  Tunnel to Towers Foundation and the Gary Sinise Foundation have partnered to create this program that designs and builds customized smart homes for our nation’s most severely wounded veterans.  Ability invites you to join us, along with the “Lt. Dan Band”, for a concert on September 13, 2013 in Fayetteville, NC.  The concert builds awareness, support and strengthen the communities surrounding these wounded heroes and their families will live in their customized smart homes.

The foundation will be honoring MSG. John E. Masson, US ARMY, who lost one arm and two legs while serving in Afghanistan in 2010.  John’s hometown is Fayetteville, NC and he currently resides there with his wife Dustina, sons Johnathan and Ethan and daughter Morgan.  “It is an honor and privilege to help build John and his family the house they need and at the same time raise critical awareness to the sacrifices these guys and gals have made,” explains Jeffrey Brandt, CEO & Founder of Ability, “It is our job as civilians to never forget what they have done and continue to do.”

By the end of this year, Building For America’s Bravest will have completed twenty-five smart homes across the country.  With features like fully automated heating, cooling and lighting systems, expanded hallways and doors, kitchen and bathroom cabinets that lower, wheel-chair accessible ramps, state-of-the-art security systems, and front load washer and dryers, each home is constructed to meet the unique needs of each individual.

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